Extraordinary digital installations, inspired by the world of Dolce&Gabbana, guide visitors from Piazza Duomo to the entrance of the exhibition. These immersive experiences transport viewers to surreal worlds, where creativity blends with technology and the past seamlessly merges with the future, evoking unforgettable emotions.

Le Mani dell’Umanità by Felice Limosani

Internationally renowned artist, Felice Limosani is an innovator and expert in Digital Humanities.
In his work, ‘Le Mani dell’Umanità’, situated in Piazza Duomo, the artist attributes hands with a profound message that transcends corporeality to touch the soul of humanity. A poetic and engaging experience that invites reflection on the authenticity of gestures and the impact of our actions in the world.

Eco Eterno of Obvious Art

OBVIOUS is a collective of researchers, artists and friends who harness the latest deep learning models to explore the creative potential of artificial intelligence. Inspired by the future of fashion, ‘Eco Eterno’ is a three-minute-long audio-synchronised generative artwork featuring enigmatic, faceless models. An installation that seamlessly merges creativity and technology, tradition and innovation, perfectly aligned with the distinctive style of Dolce&Gabbana.

Origini by Alberto Maria Colombo

Alberto Maria Colombo employs artificial intelligence to explore the concept of metamorphosis, challenging conventional notions of language and communication.
Through ‘Origini,’ the artist recounts the inception of the Dolce&Gabbana duo via a video portraying the performance of a couple of dancers created with artificial intelligence. This figurative artwork transforms into a surreal vision, unveiling elements intrinsic to the fashion house’s DNA.

Jardin #U1-1 by Quayola

Quayola, an accomplished media artist, skillfully uses technology to delve into the intricate interplay between seemingly opposing forces: reality and artificiality, the concrete and the abstract, tradition and innovation. Inspired by the natural beauty embodied in Dolce&Gabbana’s Alta Gioielleria and Alta Sartoria collections, Quayola brings forth a video artwork titled Jardin #U1-1. This piece delves into the rich tradition of landscape painting while experimenting with an approach that seamlessly merges traditional painterly techniques with cutting-edge algorithms. At its core, Jardin #U1-1 features a captivating series of wind-blown floral compositions, acting as the catalyst for generating new computational paintings.

Deus Ex Machina by Vittorio Bonapace

Vittorio Bonapace, a master of 3D art, presents ‘Deus Ex Machina,’ a series of ten visionary digital artworks created for Dolce&Gabbana. In these pieces, the android element intertwines with humanity in a dystopian and unsettling atmosphere. Sometimes supplanting human creation and at other times demolishing it, the Machines craft narratives that oscillate between past and future. These visual journeys blend references to Renaissance art, opera, theater, costume, and architecture, all while evoking the aesthetic iconography of Dolce&Gabbana.

Brossura by Catelloo

Catelloo is an Italian NFT artist renowned for concealing faces and expressions in his artworks, expressing emotions solely through shapes, colors, and lights. For the exhibition ‘From the Heart to the Hands: Dolce&Gabbana,’ he has crafted a series of portraits with futuristic inspirations, presenting a novel vision of beauty.

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From the Heart to the Hands: Dolce&Gabbana

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Prepare for an unforgettable journey through the ‘From the Heart to the Hands: Dolce&Gabbana’ exhibition, where you’ll delve into the iconic style and creativity of Dolce&Gabbana.